Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Heb. III post Pentecosten MMXIV

Sunday, 29 June - Ss. Peter & Paul, AA; Duplex I Classis, Red. Comm. III Sunday after Pentecost. At the Hours, solemn feast melody for the hymns. At Mattins, lesson IX of the Sunday. At Lauds, Comm. of the Sunday. At Mass, Gloria, Comm. of Sunday, Credo, Preface of the Apostles, Proper Last Gospel of the Sunday. II Vespers of the feast, Comm. of the Sunday only.

Monday, 30 June - Commemoration of S. Paul, A, Duplex Majus, Red. Comms. S. Peter & Octave of S. John the Baptist. Proper Office. At Mass, Gloria, Comms. S. Peter & Octave, Credo, Preface of the Apostles. Vespers of the following Octave Day w/ Comms. S. Paul and S. Peter.

Tuesday, 1 July -  Octave Day of S. John the Baptist, Duplex Majus, White. Comm. of the Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul..Office and Mass as on the feast. Vespers of the following day w/ Comms. Octave Day and Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul. From now until Compline tomorrow evening inclusive, proper doxology of the Incarnation sung in the melody of the B.V.M. for the hymns at the Hours.

Wednesday, 2 July - Visitation of the B.V.M., Duplex II Classis, White. Comm. Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul. Office from the Common of the B.V.M. and the Proper. At Lauds, Comm. of the Octave. At Mass, Gloria, Comm. of the Octave, Credo, Preface of the B.V.M. Et te in Visitatione. II Vespers of the feast w/ Comms. of the following and of the Octave.

Thursday, 3 July - S. Irenaeus, BM, Semiduplex, Red. Comm. Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul. Office from the Common of One Martyr and the Proper. At Lauds, Comm. of the Octave. At Mass, Gloria, Comm. of the Octave, Credo and Preface of the Apostles (ratione Octavae). II Vespers of the feast w/ Comm. of the following day within the Octave.

Friday, 4 July - Within the Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul, Semiduplex, Red. All as on the feast except what is given in the Proper. Vespers of the current.

Saturday, 5 July - Within the Octave of Ss. Peter & Paul, Semiduplex, Red. Vespers of the following Octave Day w/ Comm. of the IV Sunday after Pentecost.

Notes:
The CTO does not observe the 19th. century added feast of the Most Precious Blood on either 1 July or the first Sunday of July. As noted last year, we excluded this because it is devotional and belongs only on particular kalendars. Ditto for S. Anthony Mary Zaccaria on 5 July.

As noted in the previous entry, S. Irenaeus is added (was not on the 1568/1570 kalendar) here but on 3 July (entirely coincidental to 1962ville) being the first open day following the Divino Afflatu placement on 28 June. S. Leo II was already celebrated on 28 June in accordance with the Tridentine Kalendar.





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